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  • 1. The 5 tales of Smart Cities Marc Pous - Founder @ theThings.IO marc@thethings.io - http://thethings.io
  • 2. Technology is the answer. But what is the question?
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  • 7. May 6, 2010 Flash Crash
  • 8. 30. Latent in the ideology underwriting the smart city is the notion that there is one universal and transcendently correct solution to each identified individual or collective human need, and that this solution can be arrived at algorithmically. http://speedbird.wordpress.com/2012/12/03/the-city-is-here-for-you-to-use-100-easy-pieces/
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  • 10. The Computer of the 21st Century, Mark Weiser, 1991
  • 11. EveryWare, Adam Greenfield, 2006
  • 12. The street as platform, Dan Hill, Feb 2008
  • 13. 99. The city is not a finite state machine, something with limited configurations. Networked cities, therefore, must be understood as constituting a generative grammar that admits to a very large number of valid permutations. Understood correctly, any such place will be ripe with potential for interconnection, recombination and improvisatory structuration — something capable of being extended, enhanced and repurposed by its users as new potentials become available and new desires arise. http://speedbird.wordpress.com/2012/12/03/the-city-is-here-for-you-to-use-100-easy-pieces/
  • 14. Challenges
  • 15. ● Transparency and trust of the political system ● Trust on the public administration ● Crisis of the world finantial system ● Citizen mass participation ● Sense of belonging and identity ● Social inclusion and social integration ● Behaviour transformation Democracy challenges
  • 16. ● Health and ageing ● Energy sustainability ● Green mobility ● Climate change ● Demographic shifts ● Sustainable water and food supplies ● Housing ● Waste management ● Security Future cities' challenges
  • 17. Bibliography
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